List of Arizona veto referendums

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List of measures

This page is a list of Arizona referendum measures, also known commonly as veto referenda.

Legend:

Defeatedd means that an act of the Arizona State Legislature was overturned.
Approveda means that an act of the legislature was ratified.

1912

See also: Arizona 2012 ballot measures

Approveda Mining Liens Referendum, Questions 302 and 303
Approveda Train Employee Regulations Referendum, Questions 304 and 305
Approveda Train Headline Regulations Referendum, Questions 306 and 307
Approveda Train Engineer and Conductor Regulations Referendum, Questions 308 and 309
Approveda Train Car Limits Referendum, Questions 310 and 311
Approveda Passenger Train Rates Referendum, Questions 312 and 313
Approveda Semi-monthly Paydays Referendum, Questions 314 and 315
Approveda Hunting of Birds and Animals Referendum, Questions 316 and 317

1914

See also: Arizona 1914 ballot measures

Approveda Pardons Referendum, Questions 300 and 301
Approveda Passenger Transportation on Railroads Regulation Referendum, Questions 302 and 303
Approveda County Creation and Reformation Referendum, Questions 304 and 305
Approveda Change of County Seat Referendum, Questions 306 and 307

1918

See also: Arizona 1918 ballot measures

Approveda Gambling as Misdemeanor, Proposition 6
Approveda Property Utilized for Prostitution or Lewdness as Misdemeanor, Proposition 7

1920

See also: Arizona 1920 ballot measures

Approveda Preliminary Exams for Prosecutorial Information, Proposition 5

1924

See also: Arizona 1924 ballot measures

Defeatedd Simple Majority in Primary Elections, Proposition 3

1926

See also: Arizona 1926 ballot measures

Defeatedd Meat Inspection Codes, Proposition 2

1928

See also: Arizona 1928 ballot measures

Defeatedd License Tax on Peddlers, Proposition 3
Defeatedd Ban Bidding on Municipal Bond Issuing Compensation, Proposition 4
Defeatedd Physical Education in Public Schools, Proposition 5
Defeatedd Title Certificates and Driving Permits, Proposition 6

1932

See also: Arizona 1932 ballot measures

Defeatedd Economic and Fiscal Survey, Proposition 6

1933

See also: Arizona 1933 ballot measures

Defeatedd Basic Science Requirement for Medicine, Proposition 7
Defeatedd Judgement of Foreclosure, Proposition 8

1940

See also: Arizona 1940 ballot measures

Defeatedd Regulation of Dental Advertising, Proposition 7

1940

See also: Arizona 1940 ballot measures

Defeatedd Regulation of Dental Advertising, Proposition 7

1948

See also: Arizona 1948 ballot measures

Defeatedd Prohibit Union Membership for Employment, Proposition 4

1968

See also: Arizona 1968 ballot measures

Approveda License Tax Amendment, Proposition 103
Approveda Term Limit Amendment, Proposition 104
Approveda Corporate Commission Appointment Amendment, Proposition 105
Approveda Corporate Commission Insurer Control Amendment, Proposition 106
Approveda State Examiner Repeal Amendment, Proposition 107
Approveda State Auditor Repeal Amendment, Proposition 108
Approveda Legislator Travel Expense Amendment, Proposition 109

1990

See also: Arizona 1990 ballot measures

Defeatedd Martin Luther King Day as a State Holiday, Proposition 301
Defeatedd Martin Luther King, Jr. Day/Civil Rights Day, Proposition 302

1994

See also: Arizona 1994 ballot measures

Defeatedd Private Property Rights, Proposition 300
Defeatedd Limits on Lawsuits, Proposition 301

1998

See also: Arizona 1998 ballot measures

Defeatedd Medical Use of Schedule 1 Drugs, Proposition 300
Defeatedd Probation Eligibility for Drug Offenses, Proposition 301

2000

See also: Arizona 2000 ballot measures

Defeatedd Sales Tax for Education, Proposition 301

2014

See also: Arizona 2014 ballot measures

See also